Since R.E. Dennard opened his first store in 1890, Dennards Farm & Western Wear's family owners have been outfitting farmers and cowboys in a range of durable stable supplies and western threads. Men's and women's jeans by Cinch and Cruel Girl ($39.95–$59.95) swathe legs in style durable enough for equine adventures or nights on the town. Industrious toes can peruse the selection of footwear, such as men's waxy brown Justin work boots ($89.95), or design a pair of custom cockroach killers with a choice of leathers, patterns, and John Wayne catchphrases. Meanwhile, trusty steeds adorn themselves in an array of tack such as Futurity nylon sheets ($39.95), wooden 3-inch bell stirrups ($49.95), and antique arena show spurs ($34.95), which flaunt a stainless-steel trim to keep heels flashy as they goad show horses and sluggish cab drivers alike.
The sports shops sport a hefty selection of equipment and apparel from high-caliber brands to keep skiers, snowboarders, and snowbenders of all ages geared up for outdoorsy adventures and bundled up against our winter sun’s cold caresses. Like mood-ring shades, merch prices range widely at CD Ski & Sports and Doug & Lynda's Ski Shop; goggles, for instance, start at $20, whereas ski jackets start at $99.
FX Game Exchange is a family owned and operated video game store. We sell, trade and rent video games, starting with the NES and going through the current gen systems. We give more in trade in value for your used games than anyone. Also check out our GAMES 4 GRADES program!
Frozen Ropes’ training facilities attract players of all sizes, from kindergarten swingers to MLB stars such as outfielder Manny Ramirez and Yankees closer Mariano Rivera. The 30-minute private instruction gives budding base runners skill-improving lessons in the area of their choice, including hitting, fielding, pitching, catching, and windmilling. Haphazard hitters can tighten their swings with the hitting course, while oblivious outfielders can be taught the finer points of fielding, such as keeping your eye on the ball and using both hands on your butterfly net. Each carefully crafted session is taught by a trained athlete, whose talents undergo constant fine-tuning from Frozen Ropes' programs, making sure each student receives consistent instruction.
Matthew and Heather Hamilton believe in local beef. Trading in corporate jobs to raise their own cattle in 2009, the couple began Genesis Beef, and eventually opened Local Yocal Farm to Market, a butcher shop selling free-range beef and pasture-raised pork, chicken, and eggs. The two haven’t looked back since.
Local Yocal Farm to Market’s grass-fed cattle meander across the Hamilton family farm, where their caretakers swap out growth stimulants and antibiotics in favor of fresh air. At the shop, an in-house butcher with more than 25 years of experience ages and cuts beef to customer specifications. Visitors can partake in some of this expertise during classes that teach beef lovers the difference between a sirloin, a filet, and a rubber steak covered in dog drool. In addition to top cuts of meat, the shop’s shelves also bear the fruits of other locally sourced businesses, including Full Quiver Cheeses and Drinkable yogurts, Aduro Bean coffees, and AP's Apiaries Honey.